COVID-19 Vaccines are a Global Public Good: Op-ed by Two Emory EPI PhD Students

COVID-19 Vaccines are a Global Public Good: Op-ed by Two Emory EPI PhD Students

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Even over winter break, Emory EPI students continue to devote their time and energy to finding unique ways to address the pressing public health concerns of today. First year PhD students Christina Chandra and Aniruddha Deshpande recently co-wrote an opinion piece for the AJC about COVID-19 vaccine distribution, which was published on December 31st, 2020. They argue that COVID-19 vaccines are a global public good and that our representatives can help ensure global access to vaccines, especially in low- and middle-income countries.

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